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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Micromorphological study of degenerative changes in liver of goat

Author(s):
Seema Kumari Bishnoi, Jay K Desai, Manisha Mathur and S Dariya
Abstract:
The present investigation a total number of 1248 samples of liver of goat examined in Bikaner. Out of these 1248 specimens, 216 samples of liver suspected of abnormalities were further processed for histopathological examination. Out of 216 sample degenerative changes were present in 39 (18.03%) samples, cloudy swelling present in 11 (5.09%) samples, vacuolar degeneration present in 16 (7.4%) samples and fatty changes present in 12 (5.55%) samples. In cloudy swelling liver pale, friable and enlarged with round edges. hepatic cells were swollen, opaque and cytoplasm showed fine granulation and decrease sinusoidal spaces. When vacuoles are present in affected cell vacuolar degeneration of liver cell occur. In fatty liver fat accumulate mostly in centrilobular zone of hepatic tissue. Due to fatty changes in liver leads to increase size, pale appearance, and greasy texture at the time of cutting droplet of fat visible at cut side of blade. Hepatocytes were found swollen and numerous small fat vacuoles with nucleus pushed toward periphery.
Pages: 2355-2358  |  139 Views  51 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Seema Kumari Bishnoi, Jay K Desai, Manisha Mathur and S Dariya. Micromorphological study of degenerative changes in liver of goat. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2355-2358.
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